PlayStation Plus subscribers can add three games to their library starting December 1. The new batch of freebies includes Worms Rumble, Just Cause 4, and Rocket Arena.
Worms Rumble is the latest game in the cult-hit Worms franchise. The title is a 32-player online battle royale game that features cross-platform support. The title will be available for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 subscribers.
The game is a notable addition, as it’ll be making its debut as part of PlayStation Plus. A similar strategy increased Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout‘s popularity at launch, making it the most downloaded game in PS Plus history. Sony plans on taking the same approach with Destruction AllStars early next year, which was originally slated as a PlayStation 5 launch title but was delayed and shifted to a free title.
Avalanche Studio’s 2018 sandbox shooter Just Cause 4 will be available for all subscribers. In our review, we said, “if you’re looking for an open-world playground to mess around in, Just Cause 4 provides a nice space for that.”
Rocket Arena is a colorful, competitive shooter that was released in July. The game originally cost players $30, but the price drastically dropped to $5 shortly after its release.
Non-PS Plus subscribers who own Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, FIFA 21, and Grand Theft Auto V are getting a free multiplayer weekend in December, allowing them to try those games online without a PS Plus subscription. The event takes place from December 19 to December 20.
Before December rolls around, PS Plus subscribers still have a chance to pick up November’s free games, which include PlayStation 5 launch title Bugsnax and Hollow Knight.
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